Made in Britain: Hampshire Event Props

After spotting a gap in the market while working in the wedding industry, Kimara Middleton of Hampshire Event Props made it her mission to make special occasions even more special. What is your business all about?  I am the director of Hampshire Event Props which provides decor for events including weddings, birthdays etc. These […]

Translations and crypto are UK SMEs top concerns

Translation services and cryptocurrencies are the top priorities for UK SMEs as the country moves out of Brexit and national lockdown. That is according to data from Fiverr’s 2021 Small Business Needs Index. The report – based on billions of small business searches for freelancer support – shows queries for translations have skyrocketed by 300% […]

Deliveroo sees orders and sales more than double in first quarter

Orders and sales more than doubled at Deliveroo in the first three months of 2021, the delivery firm said in a trading update. The number of customers using the platform each month also climbed by a record 91% year-on-year to 7.1 million. The firm, whose shares dived when it listed on the London Stock […]

We’re all going on a summer holiday, says bullish easyJet

The boss of easyJet raised hopes of summer getaways for British holidaymakers yesterday. Britain’s busiest short-haul carrier said that, based on present travel restrictions, it expected to fly up to 20 per cent of its 2019 capacity in the three months to June this year, “with an expectation that capacity levels will start to […]

Holidaymakers face six‑hour queues for Covid checks at UK airports this summer

Holidaymakers arriving back in Britain will face queues of more than six hours after rules on international travel are relaxed from May 17, officials have warned. Many passengers returning to the UK’s biggest airports already experience significant delays even though all non-essential travel is banned, a boss at Heathrow said yesterday. Chris Garton, chief […]

Charities report bumper day of sales as locked-down shops reopen

The British Heart Foundation and Salvation Army rang up their busiest day of sales ever on Monday as their charity shops opened for the first time in nearly four months after the coronavirus lockdown. The BHF recorded more than £1m in sales, with furniture proving particularly popular, as customers refreshed their homes in advance […]

Drinks sales soar in England’s reopened pubs and restaurants

Pubs and restaurants in England that opened on Monday sold twice as many drinks as they did before the coronavirus pandemic struck, according to figures charting Britain’s rush for the first socially distanced pints of spring. While the majority of venues remain closed due to a ban on indoor service, those that did welcome […]

Big Changes Coming to the Way Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies are Regulated According to CEO of Goldman Sachs

The rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies over the past decade has been hard to ignore. Until now, the markets and regulations have not responded to this growth as much as one would expect, but according to the CEO of Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, this is set to change. He believes that we are […]

6 Tips On Choosing A Reliable Medical Equipment Supplier

A medical equipment supplier is responsible for supplying a variety of equipment to labs, medical facilities, manufacturers, or engineering firms. Depending on the company’s needs, they’ll supply medical, hospital, and surgical instruments as well as prosthetic and orthopedic appliances. Suppliers also provide dental instruments and equipment. Some even offer small cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and personal […]

Want to become a Profitable Forex Trader? Up Your Game With Guerrilla Trading Now

Learning to trade in the forex market is tough – But only if you don’t know how to. With proper guidance and help from a profitable trader who is already making £££’s 7 days a week can definitely change your fortunes overnight. If this sounds like something you are looking for, carry on reading […]